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LOS ANGELES HERALD United States Weather Office. Report of observations takeu at Los Angel es, December 20,1891: ii. m. p. m. mer. 45 55 I 12 faT. *»nt.. 59: mm. tern.. 44. Rainfall for past 24 hours, .00; season. 1. Weather Forecast. Ban Francisco, Dec 20 — Forecast till 8 p.m. Monday lor Southern Callfornii: Scattering talus; slightly warmer; brisk: westerly winds. NEWS NOTES. D. H. Wheeler waa arrested yesterday for violating a city ordinance. The silver sale, corner of Spring and Second, today, will be the attraction. Seven persons were accommodated with lodgings at the police station last night. At the communion service yesterday forenoon in Immanuel Prebyterian church, fifty-four new members were re ceived into fellowship. Officers Auble and Hawley arrested John Hughes and John Mitchell, both solored, for disturbing the peace last evening. The men became involved in a row over some trivial matter. The Los Angeles Elks gave one of their enjoyable entertainments last evening. Several of Goodyear, Elitch and Schilling's performers were present and added to the enjoyment of the occa sion. If you do not care to buy goods at the great auction sale of silver, corner of Spring and Second, you may buy at pri vate sale. The goods will be ou private sale both beiore and after the auction sale. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Tele graph company, Main and Court streets, for James Baynes, Will L. King, E. Piatt, Mrs. Susie Bentley and Thompson Bosler. What a throng of people will be pres ent at the corner of Spring and Second today when the beautiful silverware is set up to be slaughtered at the buyers' own prices! Never were such goods offered at such prices. The installation of officers of Los An geles lodge No. 42, P. and A. M., will take place jointly with the other lodges on Wednesday evening, December 23d, at Masonic Temple, corner of Spring and First streets. Ladies are respectfully and earnestly invited to be present at tbe auction sale of silverware at the corner of Spring and Second, beginning today at 2 o'clock. The rooms are open for inspection at 10 a. m. Best seats reserved for the ladies. Mrs. Maggie Elderkin, who has been confined to her bed for many weeks by a painful illness, has improved bo far that she is now able to be up, and even to get around her apartments. Her many friends will be glad to learn that there is encouraging hope now that she will soon be able to appear abroad. In order to close out their line of fancy goods the Meyberg Bros, of the Crystal Palace, 138, 140 and 142 South Main street, have made up a number of counters on which are displayed goodE marked from 15 cents up to $1.50. These goods are worth twice the price they are sold at, and those who are looking for holiday bargains should avail them selves of this opportunity. No Cash Required. New scheme! 10,000 books wanted! Ex ohange your old books for new ones. Our new holiday books and novelties are the best select ed stock in this city. See prices. The Little Boo* etoie, co.ner Second and Main street, near Catholic cathedral. For sale, tine driving and draft horses, choice milch cows and thoroughbred Holstein bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. R. D. Li-it, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105. G. G. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213 West First street, opposite old office. Rail way compauies antagonize ticket brokers, but Anthony ochwamm, the responsible Asso ciation broker, will guarantee every ticket and save you dollars My motto: "Square Trans actions and Reduced Rates vs. Arbitrary lty Rates, office, 200 aud 20U N. Spring street, Temple block. PERSONAL. Mrs. Lieut. Collins lias returned from a visit to Xew York. Messre. 8. and W. W. Hollister of San Francisco are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Dan'l Sully, New York, registered yesterday at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chamberlan of San Francisco arrived in the city yester day. E, A. Belden, a prominent commercial man of Sau Francisco, registered at the Hollenbeck yesterday. REMOVED To tne southeast corner of Spring and Second sts. and ordered to be sold there at Public Auction all of the new, elegant and extensive stock of SILVERWARE, Removed from 2155. Broadway, to be closed out without limit or reserve to pay our advances and charges. The store will open Monday morning, Dec. 21, at 9 o'clock, for"the inspection of the goods. The auction sale will commence at 2 p.m. and 7.30 evening. TKKMS OF SALE. All goods guaranteed to be as repre sented ; sale to be made without limit as to price to the highest bidders, ex _)|THE PASTEUR HOS PITA I— BOUTHKRN CALIFORNIA BRANCH. // ==^ Permanently located at 230 S. Main St.. Log Angeles, / / over Uammam Itaths. \ W H Our experienced Fhvsieianß and Surgeons make a specialty of Private »« Chronic Bi-easea of either sex. such as Htricture Varicocele, Rladder, Kidney, Live, and Stomach trouble. „„„„„ , ~ 10-iS OK VIQOB Of MEN, SEMINAL WEAKNESS nod all '""''(;'"'',r e ..monl W Oouotrho.. .ml M«. I. lb. «.f... .„J ouickest knowu. , Obstinate nod dlsllgurloß SKIN diseases a particular in the Hospital for surgical patients. - of the latestsurgical appliances and skillful operators, Medicines compounded In our own laboratory and iree. - Patients treated by mail confidentially. OFFICE HOURS-9 a.m. tj9 p.m. Sundays, 10 to 1 ouly. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21 1891. cepting no article will be started on its sale on an absurdly low bid of its value, or sold on one bid. All such bids will be passed for future sales, and so an nounced by the auctioneer. FULL PARTICULARS TO BUYUBS. The trade price is marked on each article in plain figures, and no sale will be permitted to be made for over its value. All goods sold must be taken away and paid for on the day of Sale or before 9:30 o'clock the following morning. AT PRIVATE SALE. Selections can be made each day Before and after the sale. TO THE LADIES. It is the especial desire of the man agement that the ladies of Los Angeles and vicinity should honor them with their presence ou the days of the auc tion sale. P>ery effort will be made to make their visit a pleasant and profit able one to them, and the best seats will be reserved for them. Respectfully, Pacific Loan Company, W. E. DeGroot, Manager. Colonel Dingee will conduct the sale, assisted by M. E. McAfee. Card. "William Foran, tenor, open for ora torio, concerts and musicales; will also take a limited number of pupils for vo cal instruction. Studio, No. 440 South llill street. PASADENA STAR BEAMS. The public schools closed Friday until after the holidays. Twenty-seven sacks of mail matter, mostly of Christmas gifts, nodoubt, and ten pouches of letters and registered mail were sent out from the Pasadena postoffice yesterday. Santa Claus is get ting in his work. In the high school Friday the boys of the ninth grade showed their attach ment to Miss Thompson, their retiring teacher, by presenting her with an ele gant copy of Scott's poems. One of our former citizens, Judge Knight, graced the pulpit of the Uni nersalist church Sunday, the pastor, Rev. Dr. Conger, being still unable to preach. Forefathers' day will be celebrated by all true New Engianders on the 22d of December. Rev. Mr. Staats preached a sermon apropos of the day. A. J. Cook, one of the carpenters working on the Kelso building on Madi son avenue, sustained a fracture of his right shoulder blade Saturday by the falling ot a scaffold ou which he was working. More than a hundred parents accepted invitations to attend literary exercises Friday afternoon at the Wilson primary school. The programme was of a Whit tier cast, with a little Christmas flavor ing. The classes had plans oi their own for remembering their teachers and they succeeded in surprising and de lighting them in every case. Admitted the lm it. Newspaper editors hive to be very careful in opening their columns for statements. But awa c that the Or. M'les Medical Co. are re sponsible, we mate room for tho following tes timonial from R. MeDougall, Auburn, lad., who for two years not ced a stoppage or skip plug of the pulse, hia left side g >t so Under he could not lie on it, his heart fluttered, he was alarmed, went to different doctora, found no relief, but one bottle of l>r. Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. The elegant b.rok, New and Startling Facts, free at C. II Haoce's It tft.U all about Heart and Nervou j Diseases an 1 ma> y wonderful cures. O, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning. The signal per haps of the sure approach of that more terriDle disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c. to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shlloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more thau a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's PoroU3 Plaster. Sold wholesale by Hans, 3ar jch & Co., aud all retail druggists. What can be more suitable for a Ohristmi-.s gift than a silk umbrella. See Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s elegant assortment. Tbe Elntracht, 103 N. Spring Street, Is the place to get the Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Beer on draught. Ring up telephone 4K7 or 316 for the celebrated bottled beer. Best and cheapest in market. In the women's colleges of Cambridge and Oxford, at Bryii Mawr, and the Women's Medical college of New York the students have adopted the full-flow ing, graceful black robe and mortar board hats of their brothers. A pretty girl is bewitching and a plain girl at tractive in the tall, picturesque and scholarly costume, and no doubt Welles ley, Vat'sar and other colleges will fol low the example of their sister institu tions. Neckwear and suspenders iv endless variety at Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s. Our Home iirew. Male.- A "oeblein's Lager, fresh from tbe brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons, delivered promptly iv bottles or kegb Offlceand Brewery. 4.44 Aliso st. Telephone »1. Dse Qermau Family Heap. Rubber coats at Mullen, Bluett i Co.'s. Jv- Oysters. There Will be received from Texas on Wednesday, 23d, and daily thereafter at the Broad wa* market, the best and cheapest oysters ever shipped to Los Augeles. If the experiment is appreciated, the shipper* are prepar d o brims SUOO cans daily to Southern California, isianion Duncan. Christmas Trees. For sale, a flue assortment of pine Christmas trees: also choice fruits, candies anil nuts, ut Ludw.g .v. Wagner's, Mott Mariet. California Novelties. Orange wood plaoquei painted in every de sign at Mrs. Rums', 280 Soutli Main street. Frank X. Engler. Piano maker, tuuer and regulator, 310 W. 2d st. Tourist Headquarters is the Bellevue Terrane hotel, corner sixth and Pearl Streets; cable cars direct to house, The Bellevue Terrace is now open under new management and has Iven refurnished, carpeted, painted, pa pen d and decorated throughout Has more sunn; rooms, With open gr,ites, free baths and electric Dalit, of any hotel In Los Angeles. Rates. $1.23 totS pet day; special rates for the winter or permanent guests. C. W Stewart, proprietor. lir Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and Broadway, lias removed to 14!> North Springst. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. DO U WANT A Jewsharp, Harmonica, Ocarina, Piccolo, Flageolet, Bngrle, Fife, Accordion, Flute, Cornet, Guitar, Banjo, Violin, Mandolin, Clarionet, Bass Viol, Piano Stool, Spread, Book, An Orgrari, L7prififl"|t Piano. grand" piano? You will find everything in the music line at lowest prices and on reasonable terms. THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO., - Los Angeles, Cal., The larges* and most complete Music House in Southern California. STEINWAY~& SONS' -3 P lANOS! BROADWAY MUSIC STORE. George s. marygold, SOLE AGENT. The Favorite of Madam P atti! Kingdoms have flourished and gone to decay, Imperial heads have been crowned foi a day ; Monarchs have ruled and then passed away ; But unlike a forgotten and uncrowned king, A Kimball Piano its own praises sing. Let envy protest, there is no other name Like Kimball for merit and well-earned fame. Please notice the moral above illustrated, Invest in the best to be highly elated And thoroughly satisfied hb below stated. Not a customer ever unhappy you see Ouce owning the best—acknowledged to be- So purchase a KIMBALL of B. B. & C. For Sale only by BARTLETT BROS. & CLARK, 12-3 Ira 129 NORTH SPRING ST. Orange Land, with Water, $13.75 Per Acre. I Special Excursion to Gila Bend, Ariz., Tuesday, Dee. 22, 1891. ! The Gila Bend Reservoir and irrigation company of Arizona have two hundred and fifty ' thousand acres of government land under their canal svsteni subject to entry under the home! ! stead ordesert land laws which can be secured at f 13.75 per acre, including a perpetual writer ■ right of one inch to three acres. These lands arc adapted to the raising of citrus fruits as well Ins all other products common to a serai tronic climate. The special committee of the United i States Senate, report No. 928, part 1, Mai 5, IS.IO. page 60, after seeing Southern California j and all the arid and irrignbl • regions, says of the Gila valley lauds: "Within our border tucks can not be roUND a soil so uniformly fertile and so j capable of varied l'roddction under irrigation as that of the valleys of the gila, salt , and Santa Cruz rivers in Southern and Central Arizona, analysis of this soil shows i its fertile (jcahtif.s to uk superior to timt ot the nile earth." Over four thousand acres of this Gila valley land has just been taken up by a colony of I Riverside fruit growers, which is sufficient evidence of its superiority. For full information and pamphlets, call on or address 0. W, MAXSON. General Agent Gila Bead Reservoir and Irrigation company, No. 138 S. SPRING Sl\, LOS ANGELES, CAL. jjj n lm L. H. GREEN'S COLUMN. H You Want Bargains READ THIS LIST. Prices this week at i !L. H. GREEN'S , Under Hollenbeck Hotel Look at a few of our prices—looo other arti | cles space will not permit us to mention. $1.50— Waterbury Watches, usually for $3.50, i Warranted perfect'timers. $3—Second hand Coin Silver Watches, line ; jeweled movements. Kcally worth $7 to $8. $s—Waltham or Elgin stem-wiuding Watches. Warranted perfect timers. IS—Coin silver, new P S. Bartlett Watches, usually sold tor $18 This is a tine watch »o—Heavy Coin Silver, stjrn-winding, El»ln. Waltham, Sptingfled, Hampden, or Illinois Watches. Fully warranted and worth from $15 to $20. $15—Coin Silver, second-hand, geunine K. Howards, costing new $50. Come and see these watches. $11—Filled case Elgin, Waltham, Springfield or Hampden, either ladies' or gents' size; stem winding; all new styles. Special bargain. $13—Lady's solid gold, 14-karats fine, stem winder. Fully warranted. $20—Gent's Solid Gold Elgin or Waltham. Warranted. 25c to $1 50—Fine gold-plated chains, la dies' or gents'. Will wear one to three years. $1 to $I—Roll-plate Chains, ail designs and styles; gents' or ladies. Warranted from five to I ten years. . . , , 50c to $I—Baby Rings. All kinds nnd de ! signs. . ... $7 50—Elegant metal 8-day hour nnd half hour striking clock, worth $15. $I.2o—Seth Thomas alarm clock, the best made; worth regular $2.50. 75c—Alarm clocks, several makes, all fully warranted, or can be returned. $2.6s—Wooden clocks in walnut or natural oak. 8-dr.v, fine finish; usually sold for *7.50. s, r ,e—Fiite prU*h allium, worth $1-75; elegant I Una irom f \ to $7 50: finest In the city 25c—Roll plate duff buttons, matt? different styles and designs; a:s.» higher price in solid gold. 15c—For thclndies, 8 elegant stuk or bonnet pins, set with stones, new, neat and pretty; worth 75c. $4.so—Elegant field glasses, with case, day and night glass, usually sold for $14. $1.85- Elegant morocco opera glass, in case, $1.50. $6—Fine pearl Lamier opera glass; u-raally sold for US. , ~ , , $1.40-Rogers' best triple-plate table knives, set of six: this is less than factory prices. $1.00—1) Rogers' forks or table spoons, AA, triple-plate and warranted. Hoc—6 tea s noons, Rogers' best. 50c—Set of (! tea spoons, extra olate. $1-6 knives, forks or table spoons, all extra plate and warranted. 25c—Child's set, knife, fork and spoon, extra silver plated. $I—Child's set, knife, fork, spoon aud nap kin ring, in plush box; worth $2. 10c—Butter knives or sugar shells, extra plate, new designs; extra bargain. $1.35— Triple plate trait dishes, sugar bowls, pic»le jars, etc 25c—A full lino ot steel scissors and shears from 4 in dies to 9 inches. 50c—1000 finest steel blade knives, pearl nnd tortoise shell handle, really worth from $1 to $2. $I—Finest hollow ground, full concave razors; all fully warranted or can be returned; worth $1.50 to's2 50 ..jSc—Pocket Booksand Purses Large variety. Worth 75c .... i 20c—All the leading Novels of the day, hound in linen, worth from 50c lo $1. We have ouly a 'ew left. 50—All the latest Novels of the day, worth 25c and 50c. Come at once lor them. They will soon be goue. Oue thoasand and seven hundred sold the first, day. 5c—10,000 Combs, all kinds, bought iv r job. Tiiev arc burgains at 10c. f1.30— Webster's large size dictionary, fully illustrated: no cheap book, but worth $6. lc—lo,ooo pads, writing paper, scratch books, etc , only lc each 25c—Picture 'frames; worth 75c. And 1000 other articles at equally low prices. Remember we wholesale any of these geeds at reduced prices, and the inspectiou of dealers is cordially desired. We have an experienced oculistand opt' jian. and cyos are examined iiee. Glasses at luivest prices in tue city Remember the place. L tt GREEN'S, • 213 South Spring street. WAG N I El R El ELECTRIC k MANUFACTDRING CO. Brass Foundry and Machine Shop. Machines Repaired and Exchanged. Tool Making and Gear Cutting. Electrical Work and Supply a Specialty. No. 700 Spring and Seventh Street. LUMBER VARUS. J. M. Griffith, President. H. G. Stevenson, Vlce-Pres. and Treat, T. X Nichols, Secy. £. L Chandler, Supt J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers And Manufacturers of DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS, Still work of every description. 034 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles. tol tl Kerekhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branoh Yards—Pomona, Pasadcua, Lamanda, Atusa, Burbank. Planlug Mills—Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. CLARK & HUMPHREYS, Wholesale and Retail Lu.nitier '• Dealers, REDONDO B EACH AND LOS ANGELES. Head office, Los Angeles— W. Second st. 12-27-3 m PERRY. MOTT <Sc GO'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, No. 316 Commercisl Street ml DRESSMAKING I This department is under the manage ment ot tl c most experienced and thorough outterand ii tier on this Coast. For perfec tion of fit s'yle, and orivin<litv of design, she is without a peer. TOURI-T.-i can have their suits made in oue day's time, and be assured of satisfaction. MOURNING suits givea special attention. Bring your own material, ot you can make a selection from a hi«h and exclusive class of uoveltv dress patterns from my stock, prices as low as any first-class costumer. FURS ALTERED AND REPAIRED. All kinds of fur work done in the house. The ouly place in Southern California. Sealskins refitted, renovated and redyed; short notice and at very reasonable prices. All work guaranteed first-class.* MOSGRGVE'S Cloak and Suit House, 119 8. Spring st., - - Los Angeles. DR. WONG HIM, Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided lr. Los a ngeles seventeen i IVj years. Hisreputa tion;asa thorough physician has been fully es tablished«uid appreciated by many. His large practice is sufheiont proof of his ability and nonesty. The dootor graduated in the loremost col leges, also practiced in tne largest hospitals of Canlon, China. The doctor speaks Spanish fluently. , iiFFICK: New number, 639; old number 117 Upper Main street. P. O. box SC-4, Station 0. 12171 m Aunual Meeting- of the Azusa Agri cultural Water Company. N "OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Azusa Agricultural Water company will be held at the office of the company, room 57 Hryson- Bonebeake building, Los Angeles, California on the first Monday after the lirst day of Janu ary, 1802. MOrtRH ALBEE, secy. 12-19 mon thur sat 2w PIONEER TRUOK 00. uccessors to McLaiu & Lehman,) PROPRIETORS OF TUB Pioneer Truck & Transfer Go. Piano and Safe Moving a Specialty. Telephone 137 3 Market St. Los Angeles' Oa! lel-tf NOTICE TO CON'IBACTORjS.. SEALED BIPB WILL 118 RECEIVED UF TO Thursday, December 24£h, at 5 o'c'ock for doing carpenter work in changing and rebuild ing counters and shel.lng in the People's Store according to plans and specifications on file in our office. 12-19 3t A. HAMBURGER & SONS. PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO., Undertakers ami Eiubalmers. | No. 140 North Main st., Los Angeles, Cal. Always open. Telephone No. 61. W. O. AIKEN, -HARCHITEOTfc- EOOM 12 BURDICK BLOCK, 10-18 am Corner Spring and Second its. PEOPLE'S STORE. MONDAY, DECEMBER at, 1891. OUR HOLIDAY WINDOW DISPLAY. Onr Christmas greeting to you thia year will be in the shape of a cable grip and car laden to its fullest capacity with happy and expectant boys and girls going to the People's Store to receive what Santa Claus has in store for them. In his annual visit old Santa Claus makes his headquarters at our store, and through our instrumentality gladdens the hearts of thousands of old and young. It shows the parents the respect tho child or children holds them in, through the little ofTeringH which are presented on Christmas morn. It shows the children the filial love and affection that is constantly filling the parental heart and overflows annually at this time of the year. It makes us all feel happy in the knowledge that we'have given and received the compliments of our friends and relatives. Our cable car and grip is a fac simile, true in every feature and detail, of the Eos Angeles cable car Bystem. It is made and designed by our Mr. Walters, and tuc public expression and pleasure that it will furnish the multitude ia an expect aui leward for his masterly labor. OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Since we have offered the discount of 10 per cent on all books, tbe sales in this department have shown a remarkable increase. Things never lag with us ; when they do not go as they should, the price goes down until it meets the purßes ot our patrons. We have the very finest and choicest of literature, a larger collec tion of books than ever. Kamona is being sold at 80c, and we have plenty of them on hand today. Dante's works, handsomely bound in cloth and gold, with over 100 illustrations, 70c; this is the book that we intended to sell for $1.50. Cloth bound books, 1000 volumes, 19c; regular price 35e. We have all the famous au thors, all the latest novels, books of art, books for boys and books for girls, books for the young and hooks for the old. Juvenile books from 3c upward. All these books have to be sold within the next twelve days, and our price is made to Bell them. We have a very pretty line of Christmas cards that we invite your attention to; they range in price from lc upward. Elegant boxes filled with fine papetrie. ALBUMS. Our stock of albums in plush and leather is very Urge; we have just gone through and cut the prices in half. Album* that sold for $1.10 you can buy today for 55c; albums that sold for $1.75 you can buy today for 95c'; albums that sold for $2.95 you can buy today for $1.10 ; albums that sold for $0.95 you can buy for 13.60 ; albums that sold for $7.50 you can buy for $5. These are honest liuures ; there is no deception about it; this is the genuine, bona fide reduction. We re ceived word from our San Francisco house to send them up all our albums, and as that meant a loss to us here, we concluded to give you the benefit ol our loss, and sell these goods at the price we would get for them from them. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. Our line of jewelry ih composed of solid gold, 14 carat, and every article sold to you from our stock at present and represented as solid gold is sold with a guar antee that it is 14 karat gold, and if not we are guilty of a deception. Our gold plated goods are warranted to be gold plated, and our lire tiilt goods are warranted to give wear and not tarnish. This is the only class of jeweliy that we carry. We have full lines of sleeve buttons, shirt buttons, ear rings, pins, scarf pins, brace lets, lockets, charms and watch chains. Our prices range from 25c to $s.soapiece. You will find here the very latest and prettiest designs in jewelry. We sell you these goods so cheap that in moßt minds tliey create a distrust that they are not genuine. This department will be continued during the entire year. In Chicago there ia in one department store alone a jewelry department that does more busi ness than all the jewelers in this town combined. There are lots of choice things in this department, most reasonable and well suited for holiday presents. HANDKERCHIEFS. No more suitable present for a lady or gentleman than a dozen or a half dozen silk or 'men handkerchieis. In both departments our line ia moat complete; in fact, we may say that our entire stock in holiday goods is three times as large, is very much finer and cheaper than it has ever been in previous years. Our force of clerks is larger than at any time since we have been in business. We have a very fine ladies' hemstitched printed border handkerchief, guaranteed made in Ireland, not domestic, at 5c apiece. At 10c we are selling a line of handkerchiefs which always brought 20c; you will acknowledge it to be the best handkerchief in this town for the price. Our line of handkerchiefs at 25c and 50c are marvels of beauty and fineness; we go up in price to $1, and from that to $2.50 apiece for handkerchiefs in single cartons ready for Christmas presents; these embrace some of the finest hand-made embroidered goods that we have ever 6een. Our line of silk handkerchiefa begins at 20c; we are selling an exqjisito line of ladiea' em broidered handkerchiefs at 20c, as good as any sold for 35e. We are selling a beautiful line of silk handkerchiefs, embroidered all over, at 25e apiece; then at 35c, 50c, (35c and 75c, we give you very choice embroidered silk handkerchiefs at $1. We have goods similar to those we see marked in ether stores at $1.50. These come in hand-made open work, scalloped borders, in various designs, entirely new and original this season. Our plain silk handkerchiefs for gentleman, hem stitched, come at 40c for a large size handkerchief; then they go from 50c for plain, and colored borders 75c, 85c and $1, and silk mulilera up to $3.50 apiece. Our stock is very large and choice, and the values better than any preceding year. TOY DEPARTMENT. We are selling Chicago air rides at $1 ;we have always been getting $1.40 for them; same ratio of reduction is made all through the department. There is not much necessity for our calling attention to the large stock of toy goods, crockery, glass and silverware, dolls, gnmes and everything belonging to the reign of Santa Claus in our basement salesroom. Thistiraeofr.be year it is so well advertised by its merit and price it is needless for us to say more. We want to call your attention, however, to the one thing that this year we are car rying a much better line of toys and chinaware. We have some after dinner ser vices ranging iv price from $0 to $12; you will admit that they are marvels of beauty. In the center of our store, in front of the millinery department, is our booth for holiday novelties, work boxes, fancy boxes, manicure sets, cuff and collar boxes, shaving sets, and all articles intended iih gifts for the holidays. Our selec tion is very choice, and onr prices are right. We call your attention and ask an inspection. POCKETBOOKS. Our stock of fancy pocketbooks of real seal, morocco, grain and ether leather pocketbeoks, purses, portmanteaus and handbags is cheaper than ever before known at this season of the year. Our stock is so large that we have scattered it all over the house. You certainly can be suited if you intend making presents of anything in this line. Pocketbooks from 10c to $10. DRUGS. Our drug department, offers you a line of fancy cut-glass bottles filled with cologne, in various sizes ; novelties iv perfumes oi; various iinds ; a large assoit ment ot comb and brash sets, triplicate mirrors and hand mirrors, all sorts of perlumerifcs, powders, and a large line of toilet sundries. FANS. We want to call your attention to our line of fans suitable for holiday presents, ranging in price from 50c to $10 apiece; for quality the price is cheaper than you can find them elsewhere in this country. We have a line oi hand silk run lace scarfs in price up to $10; they are from 2 to 3 yards long. Our line of fancy feather collarettes make a handsome present, and we have made the price on them $1.25. We have some exquisite leather boas, extra long and fine ; price was $12; we have reduced them to $7. HOSIERY. You cannot make a more useful present than one-half dozen pair of ladies' or children's hose. Our hosiery department is replete with the best values to be obtained in ladies' and children's hosiery. It is needless to advertise the price because they range fiom 10c a pair upwards, both for ladies and children. SLIPPERS. Ay line of men's holiday slippers have also received a little reduction. We have very pretty men's embroidered slippers at $1 a pair; still nicer ones at $1.'5, $1.50 and ui> to $2.60. We have a line of men's real goat slippers at $Jj,65, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75, a pair. Men's alligator leather, warranted genuine allig.iior, $3.25 and $3.75. Men's tourist slippers, $3.50. Men's Venetian slippers, $3.75. You will find here a large and elegant line of slippers. We guarantee the prices right, and the goods likewise. BOYS' CLOTHING. Boys' union casaimere suits, $1.50 apiece; thi3 is 50c below the closest ujaipe tit ion in town. Our line of boys' suits ranges up. to $0.50 a suit. For boys from 4 to 14 years old, from 12: to 18 long pants suits, our prices range from $3.50 to $15. Our stock of boys' clothing ia the largest iv town; it is too large to suit us, and we have made prices to reduce it. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. In men's furnishings, wo say it without fear of contradiction, that-we carry more stock than any concern in town. We have just received from the east twenty dcien new teck soarfs at 50c apiece; twenty dozen of ne-w Windsor ties at 33c apieco. These are special bar gains, as good as anybody s teck at 75c or anybody's Windsor at 50c. Our line of neckwear commences at K*%o; for a satin-lined scarf.2sc, 35c, 50c and 05c. Fine suspenders fos the holidays range in price from 25c to $2.sCsa pair. Men's fine silk, li&Le, cotton and wool hosiery, raaging in price irom 5c to $1 a pair. Mon's all-wool rad underwear $1 apiece. Man's full faahimed underwear,, no seams, $1 .S& apiece. MEN'S HATS. Our line of hais for men and boys, we think for quality and value, surpasses anything in this town. Our department heretofore lias been a small hole in tlw> wall, aud still we think we have sold more gooda than any hat house in town. Our lines at $£~$2 50 and $3, in slit?and soft hats, are made for us and bear our stamp. The quality for the price is what makes our trade. Wo trust you will $iv'i us a full inspection before making your Christmas purchases. A, HAMBURGER t 80N8.